The Taylor pH Indicator Solution, available in a convenient quart-sized container with product code R-0004-F, is a critical component for accurately measuring and maintaining the pH level of your pool, spa, or water source. Manufactured by Taylor Technologies, a trusted name in water testing and analysis, this pH indicator solution is designed to ensure that your water remains within the recommended pH range for safe and comfortable use.

Key Features:

  • pH Testing: This indicator solution is an essential element for conducting pH tests to determine the acidity or alkalinity of your water.
  • Quart Container: Each package contains one quart (32 ounces) of pH indicator solution, providing you with a substantial supply for multiple tests and pH adjustments.
  • Accurate pH Measurement: The solution is formulated to deliver precise and reliable pH measurements, enabling you to make informed decisions about water treatment.
  • Colorimetric Testing: pH levels are assessed by adding a few drops of the indicator solution to your water sample and observing the color change, which corresponds to the pH level.
  • Easy to Use: The indicator solution is easy to use and is typically compatible with various pH testing methods and kits.
  • Versatile Application: Ideal for use in residential and commercial water testing, including pools, spas, and various other water sources where pH control is crucial.
  • Water Quality Control: Maintaining the correct pH level is fundamental to water quality, as it impacts water comfort, sanitizer effectiveness, and equipment longevity.


  1. Ensure that the Taylor pH Indicator Solution (Model R-0004-F) is compatible with your specific pH testing kit or method, and that you are using it to assess the pH level of your pool, spa, or water source.
  2. Follow the instructions provided with your pH testing kit or method to prepare a water sample for testing.
  3. Add a few drops of the pH indicator solution to the water sample. The number of drops required may vary based on the specific testing kit you are using.
  4. Observe the color change in the water sample. The color will correspond to the pH level, typically indicated on the test kit's color chart.
  5. Record the pH measurement based on the color comparison and the test kit's guidelines.
  6. If the pH level falls outside the recommended range, take appropriate measures to adjust it, which may include adding pH increasers or pH decreasers to achieve the desired pH level.

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